Ott: When Provence Rhymes with Champagne

One of the best-known houses of Provence, Domaines Ott, was founded in 1912 by Marcel Ott, an agricultural engineer from Alsace who dreamed of establishing a great wine estate near the Mediterranean. Today, the wineries are owned and managed by Champagne Louis Roederer and produce some of the world’s most prestigious wines – and in particular are known for their light, crisp rosés. These wines are made at three distinctively different estates in the Bandol and Côtes de Provence appellations: Château Romassan, Clos Mireille and Château de Selle.

Designed in the shape of an ancient amphora, the emblematic Domaines Ott bottle gives an indication of the quality of their wines. The three estates extend over two different appellations, but they share the same wine-growing culture – and a unique bottle too. This distinctive bottle was created in the 1930s but has lost none of its modernity. Today, it gives Domaines Ott its own unique signature. The new Domaines Ott brand signature, updated in 2014, brings all the products in the range together in a single personality.

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